Nicole Scherzinger of Pussycat Dolls opens up about having very religious beliefs

Brenda Watkins
December 2, 2019

X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger was joined by Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta on stage for the performance. Noticeably absent was Melody Thornton, who recently released her solo single "Love Will Return".

Nicole Scherzinger re-unites with The Pussycat Dolls for their first performance in a decade. Although their split was announced nearly a decade ago (2010), it appears the group has reunited to give their fans more good music. The group aren't just reuniting for a one-time performance, either: they've also announced they're hitting the road for a tour kicking off in Dublin, Ireland in April 2020! Pure magic. It's like not time has passed and there's no doubt we're back!

It looks as if the girls have not aged a day since they last performed about 10 years ago!

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The group's set included "Buttons", "When I Grow Up", "Don't Cha" and "React" on the episode airing on Saturday. Nicole "jumped at the probability" to reunite along with her fellow band participants upon listening to the belief and used to be so enraged by the probability of the ladies reuniting on stage. The energy from the crowd was fantastic and spurred us on.

By contrast, Nicole previously confessed that she initially struggled with The Pussycat Dolls' sexy image. They then transitioned into their 2009 bop "After I Develop Up", neutral earlier than slaying their occupation defining hit "Don't Cha". She made it a point to mention that she never even kissed anyone during a music video while other people were getting indulged in more intimate acts.

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